Sexuality Counselling Skills Training, 2011

Barnali Das
The Naz Foundation (India) Trust
New Delhi, India

Dambarudhar Sunani
Solidarity Action Against HIV Infection in India (SAATHII)
Orissa, India

Deepika Papneja
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
New Delhi, India

Inna Hudaya
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Jasmine Mathew
Mental Health Helpline
New Delhi, India

Jastin Koshy
Freelance Trainer
New Delhi, India

Kanika Aggarwal Khandelwal
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
New Delhi, India

Lipika Biswas
Sappho for Equality
Kolkata, India

Maheswar Satpathy
National Centre in HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia

Riddhi Goel
Meerut, India

Sahana Mitra
Jesus & Mary College, Delhi University
New Delhi, India

Sartika Nasmar
Makassar City, Indonesia

Shivani Purnima Kandpal
New Delhi, India

Siddhi Pandya
Lakshya Trust
Vadodara, India

Tamanna Chhabra
Don Bosco Ashalyam project, VIMHANS
Uttar Pradesh, India

Thanya Yohannan
Mental Health Helpline
Delhi, India


Sadhna Vohra is a clinical psychologist in private practice in New Delhi since 1993. She has an M.Phil degree from National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) in Bengaluru and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is currently the Chair of Psychological Foundations, a Trust founded to help facilitate the work of psychologists in clinical practice.

Shalini John is a clinical psychologist trained at NIMHANS, Bengaluru. Her areas of clinical and research interest include adult individual therapy, family therapy, the psychodynamic model, sexuality issues, women's mental health concerns and psychotherapy research. 


Prabha Nagaraja worked in the field of disability and special education before focusing her work in the area of sexuality. She has been intensively involved in sexuality training for many years. She has been a counsellor and supervisor of the TARSHI Helpline. She is particularly interested in disability and sexuality related issues.

Gunjan Sharma is a trainer and counsellor on issues of sexuality, sexual health and HIV and AIDS. With a number of years of training behind her, she has worked extensively on these issues with a wide variety of groups and has a special interest in working with women and adolescents in building capacities and life skills around sexual and reproductive health.

Dipika Srivastava has a Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Development and Management from the IERT, Allahabad. She has worked at providing services and resources to women and adolescent girls in the area of reproductive health. Her work at TARSHI includes conducting trainings and workshops, developing Hindi IEC material and publications, documentation, networking and representing TARSHI at national and international fora.